In the News: Steven King falls to second place in primary poll

The poll, which asked 400 Republican primary voters in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District and was commissioned by Public Opinion Strategies, found that 41% currently support state Sen. Randy Feenstra, versus 39% backing King. “Among self‐identified ‘conservative’ voters, King leads by one point and among ‘moderate’ and ‘liberal’ GOP primary voters, Feenstra holds a 12‐point advantage,” […]

In the News: InnovaCare Health expands Telehealth access during COVID-19 crisis

In mid-April, a national survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies in partnership with Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock, showed over half of respondents indicated they or someone in their household has delayed or skipped medical care during COVID-19. Only one-third of survey respondents had used telehealth and less than half of respondents age 65 or […]

In the News: The Presidential race amid the pandemic

Newhouse agreed that Biden needed to enter the frame to balance the race. He said that Trump fares better with an opponent, but because of COVID, Biden is staying hidden. “The sooner it moves from a referendum to a choice between Trump and Biden, it’ll be a tighter race.” Read more here about how the […]

In the News: Who will voters trust to rebuild the economy?

“The president’s going to be judged more by how we come out of this coronavirus pandemic rather than how we got into it,” said Neil Newhouse, a Republican pollster who has advised candidates in Pennsylvania. Asked about the criticism Trump faces over early missteps, Newhouse said, “voters are more concerned about what’s in front of […]

Public Opinion Strategies Congratulates Mike Garcia on Winning CD-25

One of  the Nation’s Leading Public Opinion Research Firms Aids Republicans in Flipping a Democratic Held Congressional Seat in California to Republican For First Time in Over Two Decades Public Opinion Strategies today congratulated Mike Garcia on winning California’s 25th congressional district and National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) Chairman Tom Emmer for flipping a seat […]

In the News: Will the economy be the tipping point for voters in the 2020 election?

“Some voters are likely to give Trump the benefit of the doubt since the recession was caused by the Coronavirus and not by an economic policy,” said Glen Bolger, a Republican strategist. “And some will remain supportive of the president for cultural reasons and not for the economy,” he said. Read more about the 2020 […]

In the News: Survey finds Public Supports Liability Protections for Firms

Sixty-one percent (61%) of voters express support when asked if “Congress should protect many businesses and types of companies from lawsuits being filed related to the Coronavirus.” Read more here about public opinion for proposals to provide liability protection for companies due to claims linked to the novel Coronavirus.

Coronavirus and Its Impact on U.S. Health Care Providers

A new survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies in partnership with Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock examines some of the critical questions facing America’s health care delivery system: How are hospitals and health care providers positioned to shape the national dialogue about our country’s recovery from COVID-19? When will Americans be ready to resume “life […]

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